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SP of 50 toy trucks =
Answer: $1 680.00
45. angle ACB = 180 degrees - (35 de-
grees + 65 degrees) = 80 degrees
90 degrees - angle c = 80 degrees
= angle d
Answer: angle d
46. size of angle for food = 180 de-
grees - 60 degrees = 120 degrees
fraction spent on food =
120/360 = 1/3
amount of money spent on food =
1/3 x $2400/1 = $800
(a) The goats (They) were grazing in
(b) Didn't you know that that woman
(she) is my aunt?
(c) Elise and I (We) will go to the cin-
(d) Mr. Davis (He) is my father's clos-
(e) Scarborough (It) is a very busy
(a) Is it (she; her) who lent you the
(b) It was (we; us) who won the
competition, last week.
(c) Wasn't it (me; I) who gave you
(d) It is (he; him) whom we saw this
(e) Wasn't it (them; they) who wit-
nessed the accident?
(a) Brian had three colourful birds
(them) in the cage.
(b) We are accompanying Marie
(her) to the museum tomorrow.
(c) Daddy showed the workman
(him) all that he had to do.
(d) Cindy shared the pie between
Natasha and me (us).
(e) Gerry put his piece of pizza (it)
on the plate.
(i) Which is the bigger piece of cake?
(ii) What are you giving her?
(iii)Who will be arriving next week?
(iv) Whose are those?
(v) For what; whom are you search-
(a) That bicycle belongs to us. It is
(b) Ms. Adams gave them the
awards. The awards are (theirs;
(c) Your jersey is on the rack but my
jersey (yours; mine) is in the
(d) You can eat all your cake but we'll
put some of our cake (theirs;
ours) in the fridge.
(e) Your goal was good but her goal
(hers; mine) was just awesome.
(a) My good pal, Simon (He) always
accompanies me to school.
(b) Can you call Chelsea (her) for me,
(c) Ruby and I (We) will visit my aunt
(d) The birds were sitting on the
higher branches (them).
(e) Our parents will be taking Kate
and me (us) to the concert.
(a) Tomorrow, we will assist (they;
them) in cleaning their room.
(b) Will you assist (us; we), tomor-
(c) It was (them; they) who were
there when the accident occurred.
(d) (What; Which) is the more excit-
(e) (Which; What) are you searching
(f) (What; Whose) watch is this?
(g) This house is more colorful than
your house (yours; mine).
(h) I like your advice but I prefer her
advice (theirs; hers).
23. His precise description of the
thief helped the police.
24. After leaving his job, our
principal decided to spend his
retirement living in a remote
25. In most countries, citizens over
the age of sixty-five receive a
26. As captain of his school's cricket
team, Brian gained the respect
of his fellow players.
27. Our mother did not accept our
excuse for returning home late
from school on Friday.
28. Mohammed Ali, the world's
greatest boxer, was formerly
called Cassius Clay.
29. We were all scared after hearing
the creapy story Martin told at
the campfire. creepy
30. Everybody complained about the
bad whether experienced during
the rainy season. weather
31. Sir Vidia Naipaul, the
England when he
was very young.
32.Ravi's dog is lost
and he doesn't know
where to start
looking for it.
33. "Identify yourself!"
the guard exclaimed.
34.The chirping birds, t
he warm sunlight,
the grey sand and
the cool sea breeze
are the things that
draw me to the
35. "I've a long way to
travel and it's late, "
the old man said.
36. Hummingbirds were the animals
described in the passage as
37. The word "myriads" (Sentence 1)
suggests that there were large
numbers (countless) of birds.
38. The phrase, "smiled with ex-
treme merriment," suggests the
characters were experiencing
39. A toucan's large beak is a possi-
ble explanation for its "clumsy
40. Barney and Martin were most
likely at the zoo. (A forest is an-
other suitable answer.)
41. (a). hasten - hurry; rush; move
(b). wheedled - coaxed; talked;
(c). hoard - hide; store; amass;
collect; put aside
42. The line, "And slumber far from
his round head", most likely
means that he was not thinking
about going to bed (sleep).
43. Jack most likely read story (fic-
tion) books (stories that were
44. Jack most likely read his books in
bed at night.
45. Candles most likely provided
light for Jack to read at night.
46. Kathy was sleeping while Ako
was at Cub Scout meeting.
47. Kathy spent one hour more than
Ako doing homework over the
48. (a). Going to church can be
considered a family activity.
(b). The activity took place on
49. Driving her younger sister to the
park suggests that Kathy maybe
older than Ako.
50. Ako getting to grandmother's
house by walking suggests that
she lived close by.
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